Jasleen Josan, a city girl, has made not only her parents but also the entire country proud.. Jasleen Josan, a city girl from Kurukshetra, Haryana, has made not only her parents but also the entire country proud by being a part of International Space Education Institute Team-Germany that secured the second position in university division in NASA’s second annual human exploration rover challenge held in April at the US Space and Rocket Centre in Huntsville, Alabama.She was part of an eight-member team that includes participants from three countries (India, Germany and Russia). Her previous achievement makes her more special as she was last year selected as a researcher for the NASA’s Orion 2030 mission. Jasleen is currently a student at Student at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. She was mentor at American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and Research Scientist at NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Sikhs consider the Guru Granth Sahib to be a spiritual guide not only for Sikhs but for all of humanity; it plays a central role in guiding the Sikh’s way of life. Its place in Sikh devotional life is based on two fundamental principles: that the text is the Guru that answers all questions regarding religion and that morality can be discovered within it. Its hymns and teachings are called Gurbani or “Word of the Guru” and sometimes Guru ki bani or “Word of Guru”. Thus, in Sikh theology, the revealed divine word was written by past Gurus. Numerous holy men, aside from the Sikh Gurus, are collectively referred to as Bhagats or “devotees.”
Elevation of Adi Granth to Guru Granth Sahib
In 1708 Guru Gobind Singh conferred the title of “Guru of the Sikhs” upon the Adi Granth. The event was recorded in a Bhatt Vahi (a bard’s scroll) by an eyewitness, Narbud Singh, who was a bard at the Rajput rulers’ court associated with gurus. A variety of other documents also attest to this proclamation by the tenth Guru. Thus, despite some aberrations, Sikhs since then have accepted Guru Granth Sahib, the sacred book, as their eternal Guru .
Bravery comes from heart. Everyone who has pure heart, pure soul, no hatred for others is Brave in true sense. बैंक में कैश काउंटर पर खड़े एक युवक का बीएसएफ के जवान ने धर दबोचा और सीधे थाने ले गया। इसे देख कर वहां खड़ा हर व्यक्ति हैरान रह गया।
असलीयत जब सामने आई तो सब ने जवान की जमकर तारीफ की। दरअसल, जैसलमेर जिले के पोकरण उपखंड में स्टेशन मार्ग पर स्थित एसबीआई बैंक में बीएसएफ का यह जवान 50 हजार रुपए अपने खाते में जमा कराने आया था। इसके लिए वह कैश काउंटर पर लाइन में लगा था। इस दौरान पीछे खड़ा एक युवक बार—बार जवान के बैग में हाथ डालने की कोशिश कर रहा था। इस पर तुरंत जवान ने युवक को दबोच लिया। अचानक हुई इस घटना से वहां खड़े अन्य लोग भी एक बार हैरान रह गए। बाद में युवक द्वारा पैसे चुराने के प्रयास के दौरान रंगे हाथों पकड़े जाने की जानकारी आई तो वे जवान की सजगता की तारीफ करने लगे। जवान ने उस युवक को पुलिस को सुपुर्द कर दिया। घटना को लेकर पुलिस थाने में कोई मुकदमा दर्ज नहीं करवाया गया, लेकिन पुलिस युवक से पूछताछ कर रही है।
Because he knows he has done nothing wrong to fear for.
Our Guru’s (Sikh Guru’s) want us to be fearless, Pure (purity of mind), with no hatred for others except who is doing wrong to society. They fought for everyone’s Rights, they cared for every human being irrespective of their religions. And WE (SIKHS) are Blessed with same thoughts. So Bravery lies in our thoughts and in our actions.
The Guru Granth Sahib is truely unique among the world’s great scriptures. It is considered the Supreme Spiritual Authority and Head of the Sikh religion, rather than any living person. It is also the only scripture of it’s kind which not only contains the works of it’s own religious founders but also writings of people from other faiths. The living Guru of the Sikhs, the book is held in great reverence by Sikhs and treated with the utmost respect. Sikhism rejects idol worship, so the Guru Granth Sahib is not worshipped as an idol, but rather emphasis is placed on respect of the book for the writings which appear within. Guru Granth Sahib is a collection of devotional hymns and poetry which proclaims God, lays stress on meditation on the True Guru (God), and lays down moral and ethical rules for development of the soul, spiritual salvation and unity with God.
The Guru Granth Sahib is given the same respect that was shown to the human Gurus during their lifetimes.
- In the Gurdwara it is put to bed in its own room every evening.
- At the beginning of the day the Granthi, and any other Sikhs present, form a procession to carry the Guru Granth Sahib to its position on the Manji Sahib (small platform on which the Guru Granth Sahib is placed) in the Diwan hall (the room where worship takes place) of the Gurdwara.
- The Guru Granth Sahib is never placed on the ground and Sikhs never turn their back on it.
- While the Guru Granth Sahib is being read the Granthi (the appointed reader of the scripture) waves a special fan, called a chauri, over the pages.
Most Sikhs do not own a copy of the Guru Granth Sahib because of the difficulty of showing it the proper respect. Most Sikh families have a copy of the Dasam Granth(poetry written by Guru Gobind Singh and not included in the Guru Granth Sahib) or the sacred Nit nem (a prayer book) at home.
Sikhs Came Forward To Help The Flood Affected Peoples Of Bihar . The death toll inBihar floods increased to 253, with 51 individuals reported dead on Sunday. The deluge has actually rendered 1.26 crore individuals homeless throughout 20 districts.
Over 4.92 lakh impacted individuals are getting prepared food at 2,569 neighborhood kitchen areas throughout the state. More than 7.21 lakh caught individuals have actually been saved by the NDRF, SDRF and Army jawans up until now. Sikhs Came Forward To Help The Flood Affected Peoples Of Bihar.
Heavy rains in the catchment locations of Nepal has actually gotten worse the currently grim scenario in the worst-hit Araria district. With Mahananda, Kankai, Parman, which travel through Purnia and Arariaand satisfy the Ganga, likewise in wave, the circumstance might weaken even more. Considering that the Ganga is streaming above the threat level in Sahebganj district of Jharkhand, it might flood parts of Katihar.
The toll in Bihar floods increased to 153 on Friday while the variety of those marooned in 17 districts of the state crossed the one-crore mark. Araria district represented 30 deaths, West Champaran 23, Sitamarhi 13, Madhubani 8 and Katihar 7. A minimum of 11 each have actually passed away inKisanganj, East Champaran and Supual and 9 each in Purnea and Madhepura.
4 deaths each were reported in Darbhanga, Gopalganj and Saharsa, 3 each in Khagaria and Sheohar, 2 in Saran and 1 in Muzaffarpur, Special Secretary in the Disaster Management Department Anirudh Kumar stated. Around 1.08 crore individuals have actually been struck by floods in 17 districts and 1,688 panchayats, he stated. Sikhs Came Forward To Help The Flood Affected Peoples Of Bihar.
Saran was consisted of in the list of impacted locations on Friday, taking variety of districts under water to 17, Kumar stated. Sikhs Came Forward To Help The Flood Affected Peoples Of Bihar.
The skies opened up on Monday in Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali and it rained misery on the roads.
The water accumulated on the roads made traffic move at a snail’s pace. The rain started around 6 am, and in two hours most tricity roads, especially the roundabouts, were flooded with knee-deep water.Vehicular traffic was badly hit as several vehicles broke down on the flooded roads. Schoolchildren and office-goers were stuck in traffic jams.
In Chandigarh, SSP (Traffic) Shashank Anand was seen regulating the traffic.In Panchkula, most roundabouts were flooded because of waterlogging and it being office time, people found it difficult to reach their working places. In many cases, the distance they would traverse in 15 to 20 minutes took them close to two hours.Mohali was no better with water accumulating in low-lying areas. Agitated residents of Phase 5 blocked the main road following the alleged lackadaisical approach of the MC authorities in connection with waterlogging in their area.
बचपन में IAS बनने का देखा था ख्वाब, लेकिन पिता के कारोबार में हुए घाटे की वजह से 12वीं क्लास में ये सपना टूट गया।
पढ़ाई के साथ परिवार की जिम्मेदारी और कुछ कर गुजरने की चाह ने हिम्मत टूटने नहीं दिया। अपनी मेहनत और लगन के दम पर पुरुषों के वर्चस्व वाले किराना कारोबार में अपनी एक पहचान बना ली है। आज वह करीब 60 करोड़ रुपए टर्नओवर वाले बिजनेस को संभाल रही हैं। जी, हां हम जया लक्ष्मी फूड्स की डायरेक्टर मिस दीपाली. की बात कर रहे हैं।
Dipali has registered her own firm in the Indore and is doing trading in wheat.
Chose to become a commodity broker
Dipali’s childhood dream was to become an IAS officer.
But when her dream shattered, she registered in India’s well-known commodity market and is leading the commodity trade now.
When Dipali was in class 12, her father faced a big loss in business and he was unable to help her financially to study further.
Dipali refused to accept defeat
A student of Scindia school, Dipali tried her hands in tiffin services, hostel and restaurant businesses.
She tried to do jobs in different firms to complete her studies and fulfil her family responsibilities.
The Assam police seized a rare golden lizard nearly worth Rs 20 crore from a person in Guwahati at city’s railway station.
The police arrested the accused and handed over the lizard to forest officials.
According to reports, it has not been identified yet from where the person had got this rare lizard and where he was taking it. However, the concerned officials are investigating in the matter.
In a similar incident earlier, around 1500 tortoises at a railway station in Bengal were recovered by the Railway Protection Force (RPF) in February.
As per the railway police officials, the tortoises were found packed in 35 bags in a railway coach of a train at Malda Town railway station. Three persons were arrested in the case.
The responsibility of murder Of Rupinder Gandhi’s Brother is done by Ravi Sarpanch Group They Have posted A Status On Facebook. Two unidentified assailants shot dead Manvinder Gandhi, former sarpanch of Rasoolra village of Khanna and elder brother of murdered gangster Rupinder Gandhi, at fields outside his home in Rasoolpur village of Khanna on Sunday morning. The assailants pumped three bullets into Manvinder, also known as Mindi, from point-blank range, the police said. He was rushed to Satguru Partap Singh Hospital in Ludhiana, but could not survive.
Police also claim that the motive behind the killing is suspected to be old rivalry as Manminder was facing several cases, including for attempt to murder. This case was registered after he shot at a gangster, Lakhi, the man he suspected had murdered his brother.
Manvinder had produced a film on the life of his murdered brother titled ‘Rupinder Gandhi — the Robin Hood’ that is scheduled for release on September 8. The release date was postponed from August 25 after the Dera verdict was scheduled for that date.
He had also sponsored another movie, ‘Rupinder Gandhi — The gangster’ that was released in 2015.
Rupinder Gandhi, shot dead in 2003, in a gang war, was the founder of Gandhi Group Student Union (GGSU). He faced cases of attempt to murder, assault and possession of illegal weapons. He was a former president of Panjab University Students Union (PUSU), Chandigarh, as well. Manminder had visited Panjab University a few days ago for Gandhi Group Student Union’s panel announcement, ahead of PU Student Council polls.
Ahead of verdict in a case involving Dera Sirsa chief, likely to be delivered on August 25,
the authorities have sounded a maximum alert in Haryana and prohibitory orders have been imposed in Fatehabad district.
Haryana DGP B S Sandhu was in Hisar district on Sunday to take stock of the security arrangements. He was in Sirsa district yesterday.He said that stringent security arrangements have been made for maintaining law and order situation in the state ahead of verdict to be delivered by the CBI court in sexual exploitation case against Dera Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim on August 25.
“The Haryana police is on alert and fully-prepared to tackle any situation. The Centre has also provided 35 companies of paramilitary forces,” the DGP said.He said that their focus is on Sirsa, Fatehabad and Panchkula districts where heavy deployment of paramilitary forces has been especially done.The DGP said social media is also being closely monitored and senior officers have been asked to not ignore even minor incidents.